With the 100th singles champion, Federer returned to the top four this week. Sisypas, who won the runner-up, became the first singles player from Greece in ATP history.
At the ATP500 Acapulco Station, the often controversial Keyegos beat Nadal, Isner and Little Zweilev all the way to the top ten in the world, winning the fifth singles championship in his career and soaring 39 places. In addition, at the ATP250 station in Sao Paulo, Argentinas Pera did not meet the worlds top 30 games in four games, and eventually won the first career title without losing a set.
ATP singles world ranking (March 4, 2019)
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